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-.- Mnning times.
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APPELT & SHOPE .-. Proprietors
I. I. APPELT-------------Editor
F. M. SHOPE- ...Business Manager
MANNING, S. C., ANGUST 28, 1918
Mr. Ben Harvin, of Harvin's is con
ined to a .hospital in. Richmond.
Joe Thomas spent the week-end at
Mr. W. S. Thompson spent several
days of last week in Richmond.
Miss Mable Buie returned to her
hlome, in Georgetown Sunday night.
Miss Patty Gamble spent the week
end with friends in Columbia.
Mrs. Eugene Ingram and children of
Sumter are visiting Mrs. E. C. Horton.
Miss Fannie Lou Sauls is visiting
friends in Bishopville.
Mr. S. J. Smith and family re
turned home last Friday from a visit
in Marion county.
Mrs. Henry Slater, of Orangeburg,
is in Maning visiting her father, Dr.
W. M. Brockinton. .
Mr. Stewart Harvin has bought the
Jot adjoining Mr. Joe Davis on upper
Mrs. Louis Harvin and *hildren
are visiting Mrs. larvin's relatives in
Miss An-.ce Boyd of Greenvi'. has
accepted a position as milliner with
Miss Fannie Weaver.
C. O. Edwards of the Motor School
at Camp Jackson is at home on fur
Mr. Frank Rogers of Fair Bluff
spent the week-end here with his wife
Miss Lucie Johnson has purchased
a Mitchell Six from the Brockinton
Cards have been received from Sol
dier Allen Sauls, stating his safe ar
rival over seas?
We have a big stock of Buggies on
hand now. These buggies are priced
right and at the right terms.
THE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
The handsome new home of Mr. Joe
Davis being erected on upper Main
street, when completed, will be one
of the finest in Manning.
Mrs. Crawford and litt'le daughters
of Mayesville are the tuec.ts of Mrs.
Crawford's mother, Mrs. Kate Gail
If you need a Wagon we have just
what you want. Good stock of them
o}) hand for quick serling.
THE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
Rev. L. B. McCord has returned
home from his vacation, and will con
duct services in the Presbyterian
church next Sunday at the usual hour.
Miss DuBose, who was an operator
in the local telephone exchange, has
accepted a position in the store of S.
Mrs. F. O. Richardson and children
have returned from a visit to Mrs.
Richardson's parents in North Caro
.We buy Horses and Mules that are
right for this country. Every animal
.is just what we guarantee it to be.
THE THOMAS LIVW STOCK CO.
.Mr. E. C. Dukes leaves tonight for
Ringstree, wvhere he wvill report for
dluty to the local board for Williams
When you want a Horse, Mule,
Wagon, Buggy, Harness or any kind
of a Farming Implement, come and
see us. WVe keep a good stock of thc
above on hand at all times and we
have the right prices on everything
in our barn.
THiE THIOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
After September 15th
per year for The TIME
get it for 5).50. Ev
paid in advance on the
LOST-.A milk-white hound, yel
low head smal dog, on- Tuesday night,
Aug. 20th. A reward will be paid for
his return to Charlie McCord, Harvin,
Miss Annie Thames has returned
from Baltimore; where she spent 'the
past two weeks, purchasing the mil
linery stock of the New Idea Com
Will be here on Saturday-Our
Fourth car of Mules and Horses. 15
Horses and 10 Mules. Come in and
look over this bunch' when they come.
THE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
Presbyterian Missionary Society
wil meet with Mrs. John S. Wilson
Friday' P. M., at 0 o'clock. An inter
esting patriotic meeting is planned.
Our fourth car of stock-10
Horses and 15 Mules will be here on
Saturday. Every animal personally
THE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
Mr. R. M. Mahoney suffered a weak
spell in the court house yesterday
when he went t(, vote. Medical aid was
given hi mand in a few minutes he
was able to be out again.
Mrs. Furman Bradham and Mise
Pammie Bradham have returned from
Sparnt burg where they spent sev
eral weeks with Mrs. Bradhsnis sis
ter, Mrs. J. A. Walker.
Read the page advertisemi mt of
The Harvin Motor Co. in this, issue.
They Shave an interesting story to tell
.you about the different cars they
Miss Eleanor Todd, who has been
visiting her father left on Saturday
night for Wrightsville, where she will
spend a week and then return to
Manning for a short stay before go
ing back to Columbia.
Don't buy that car you are think
ing about until you; see the new ones
coming in at The Harvin Motor Co.
next week. They are getting a car
load of Chalmers, Saxons and Max
One 4-room house, front and back
porch, acre lot, Church street, near
Write today for information.
E. C. ALSBRO OK,
The Red Cross room will now be
open from 9 until 12 o'clock in the
mornings, and from 4 until 7 o'clock
in the afternoons.
I am taking orders now for a big
car of brick which is expected to ar
rive soon. See me quick as this may
be your last chance %efore another
big advance goes on. You can haul
from car upon its arrival. W. P. Legg.
Mr| Morgan Sauls, who spent the
past month here with his mother and
sisters, returned to Winston-Salem on
Saturday. On Monday he reported to
the local board at Winston and is now
at Camp Jackson.
Just arrived, a ear of 166,000 of
the finest Red Heart Cedar Shingles
ever shipped to me. If you need any
of these shingles let me have your or
W. P. LEGG,
Remember, friends, after the 15th
of next month The Times wvul cost you
$2.00 per year. Those paying up now
and renewing for another year will
get the paper at the old price, which
The iarvin Motor Co. are getting
in a car loadl of newv Chalmers, Sax
ons andl Maxwvells next week. These
cars are the best in their respective
classes, and if you are thinking about
buying a car it wvill pay you to wvait
Manning wvill pay out about $1,000,
000 for tobacco this season. There is
no reason wvhy we should not have the
largest tobacco market in the state,
andl we believe in the next year or
two we. wvill have.
Wood Wanted. 5,000 Cords Pine,
Oak, Maple and Ash in four foot
lengths . Give price loaded on cars
your nearest railroad siding.
Enterprise Manufacturers' Agency,
Georgetown, S. C.
we will dharge'$2'.00
S. Pay uno now and
ery subscription snot
it date will be disCon
Pay up your subscription $b The N
Tines before the governnent force
us to cut ". ou off. If you are in ar
rears, we want It, for it belongs to us
and you should pay it. Don't say "1
didn't know how much .I owed you,"
for if you can read the paper you can
read the label on 'the paper, which al
ways tells how you starnd.
Mr. $arney Thames, who is in the
tobacco business in Farmville, N. C.,
came home Saturday to register, he
having become 21 years of age since
The annual meeting for the elec
tion of ofifcers and payment of dues
for the Manning local union - of . the
W.. C. T. U. will be held at' the home
of Mrs. W. T. Lesesne Monday after
noon, September 2, at 5:30 o'clock.
Notice thee hange in the hour of meet
ing. All members are cordially re
I quetsed to attend this very important
Principal, I. M. A. Myers says that
a donation to the colored graded
school to fit up and equip' two rooms
to teach classes in domestic science.
The donation was made by the Gener.
al Education Board of New York
city. A campaign will be started to
raise a like amount among the pa
rents to improve the school property.
Mrs. Fannie E. Pack Osteen will
give a recital at UnioN cnurch, Wilson,
S. C., August 304 1918, at nine P. M.
in behalf of the Red Cross.
At Davis Station Tuesday night at
school auditorius, Sept. 3rd, 1918,
she will again give a recital, also
Tuesday night, the 5tii, at Jordan in
the school auditorium, all in behalf of
the Red Cross. Mrs. Osteea asks that
her friends use their influence in get
ting her a good audience at each place.
Admission at school auditorium,
adulta 25c; children 15c. At church a
collection after recital.
(Signed) Mrs. Fannie E. Osteen.
Next year Manning will operate
four tobacco warehouses, and possibly
five. The old reliables, Messrs. R. D.
Clark and R. D. Cothran will be at
their respective stands, while Satter
field and Terrell will build a big mod.
ern house on Church street, and Mr.
D.- M. Bradham is to erect an up-to
(late brick warehouse on the corner
across from his stables, and to be run
by an expert warehouseman. The
Manning Warehouse, near the Oil
Mill, will very likely be run also.
Manning leads them all in high prices
and will soon lead in pounds.
The Pastime Theatre will open
again the first Monday night in Sep
tember, running three nights per
week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
On Mondays and Fridays we will
run Metro stars, all of high quality
and Wednesday nights we will run
comedies along with regular service.
Anyone wishing any special feature
to be shown, please ask manager and
he will do his best to get it.
Thanking you for past patronage
and assuring you of nothing less than
features of high quality. I to
CAREY SMITH. w
We willl be at the following places fr
on the dates named to issue Registra- I ou
tion Certificates: th
Foreston, Sept. 9th. d
Wilson Mill, Sept. 10th.- - ---a
Duffy's Store, Sept. 11th. M
Jordan, Sept. 12th.
I)avi., Cross Roads, Sept. 13th.
St. Pauls, Sept. 14th. fr
Summerton, Sept. 16th. fr
Panola, Sept. 17.
Pinewood, Sept. 18th. th
i~odges' Cornef, Sept. 19th. (th
Paxville, Sept. 20th.
B. B. Odoms, Sept. 23.
Barrows' Mill, Sept. 24.
New Town, Sept. 25. t
Turbeville, Sept. 20. t
New Zion, Sept. 27. th
Alcolu, Sept. 29. ml
Manning, Sept. 30th. C
HI. C. WADFORD,
L,. B. GIBBONS, IT
G;. A. HIOLLADA Y
AUTO MECHANICS th
NEEDED FOR Y. M. C. A. Ti
Dr. A. 3. Todid. has just received a
letter from his nephew, B. Harris
T'odd, who is in training in New York Cl
for Y. M. C. A. wvork. Hie states that vt
there are already over 3,600 1. M. C.
A. .secretaries in France, and 600 in th
trainin in New Yorik.
According to Mr. Todd, Paris cables
there is a great scarcity of automobile
mechanics, and unless thaese can be
suppliedl at once the wvork will be
greatly handicappedl. Hie urges that a
the men who are fitted for this work te
take it up, and thereby render their w
country. e trust there will b ena num- di
ber from here who will take this up.
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BARGAIN SALE F"OR CASH a
A .sound, serviceable bay mare, A
practically newv set of harness, and aI to
secondl hand top b~uggy, cheap for hi
DR. A. S. TODD, a:
Manning, S. C. Ife
CARDS Of THANKS
Tic the Democratic Voters cf Claren
I take this opportunity of thanking
you for the eplendlid vote given me
yesterday. I led all other candidates te
by a large vote and am in the secondl *
As is well knowvn, I am a member th
of the Local Exemptio:, Borard and w~
during the next twvo weeks I will be
compelled, to desvote practically all of
my time to this work. A large num- ya
ber of men will be required, to regis- e
Syes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. 0. 0
MANNING. S. C. nI
is going like hot cakes in C
and have two car loads in 1
This car is making a
now in the market fog a c,
time you wish.
Its economy and comfort make
GRANT SIX the most useful
car you can have right now
Its record for durability and
higi used car value make it a
and others will be call3d into the
litary service. For this reason it
1) be an impossibility for me to
ike a canvass of the County and see
u personally. Under these circum
inces I will have to depend upon my
ends throughout the county to look
ut for my interest between now and
e second primary and upon election
J. B. CANTEY.
inning, S. C.
I use this ieans of thanking all my
ends- that stood by me in the elec
a with their support and I kindly
k your further indulgence and ask
it you renew your support on Tues
y, Sept. 10th.
T. M. KENNEDY,
I wish to express my gratitude to
e voters of Clarendon County for
e support given me in the first pri
iry in the race for the office of
erk of Court.
.JOS. S. DICKSON,
the Voters that Vote for Magis
trate at Manning:
I take this means to thank you for
e splendid support given me in
R. LESLIE RIDGILL.
Many thanks tthe good people of
arendlon Coun ti'for the handsome
te they gave ni e for House of Rep.
sentatives. I promise to serve all
e people to the best of my ability.
W. T. P. SPROTTr.
Tfhe Pastime Trheatre will open
ain the first Monday night in Sep
mber, running three nights per
sek, Mondays, Weudnesdays andl Fri
On Mondays and Fridays we w"il
n Metro stars, all of high quality,
1(d Wednesday nights we wvill run
medies along with regular servico.
myone wishing any special feature
be shown, please ask manager, and
will do his best to get it.
Thanking you for past patronage
d( assuring you of nothing less than
utures of high quiality,
r. Cantey's Many Friends at Sum
merton are Jubilant over the
Results of Tfuesday's
The many friends of Mr. J. B. Can
y are jubilant over the magnificent
te rceivedl by him in all sections of
a Tounty Tuesday. To show you how
..ll he stands with his home people,
it of 136 votes, wvith four able op
'nets, he receivedl 123 votes. Ben is
very clever ,and accommodating
un g man andl is reputedl to be a very
ficien t Clerk of Court, and it is the
ish of his many friends that the
>od peoplee fthe county will join
Lndls with us in the second primary
I give him a good majority over his
'ponent, andl give htm at least one
11 term as Clerk, which he richly do
is M~ian y inrins from unmr..
la'rendon. We have already sold se
transit now-expecting 'them some ti
wonderful record all over the countr
ir we will be glad to give you a demo
it Weight and
M ORE and more people ai
cars of light weight
GRANT SIX. They have dis<
necessary weight is nothing b
oil and tires.
The GRANT SIX with its
base is as large and as room
would ask for. By skilled bo
tually seems muchrlonger tha
Yet the GRANT SIX is not
of its size-Grant engineers
ficed sturdiness or durability
Its thousands of owners av
to a gallon of gasoline, 900 mi]
oil, 7,000 miles or more iron
In comfort no six excells tl
Its 47-inch cantilever rear s:
double-decked springs in th
make "riding comfort''words
as applied to this car.
Price $1245 f. o. b. (
:y & Rig
ers in Clarendon County for
r SIX AND HARROUN (
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Golden Ball T
Collard and C;
veral car loads
me this week.
y and if you are
nstration at any
e turning to the
--cars like the
:overed that un
Lit waste of fuel,
y a six as you
dy -design it ac
n it really is.
the lightest car
have not sacri
erage 2P gallons
es to ? gallon of
ie GRANT SIX.
rings and the
e seat cushions
of real meaning